Saturday, November 08, 2008


November:
This is a very difficult month for me as I also try to proceed through a very difficult year. I've been trying my best to not get pulled down and if you know me at all you know that creativity - art - has been huge in guiding my path. I have not told you that I had a fall about a month ago. I slid down a few stairs. I got up and proceeded with my schedule - went on to cook a turkey a few days later at the farm for a celebration. The fall certainly did not help my coping skills however. Some days I wonder how much one person can be expected to deal with in a lifetime. Yet I try to smile. I try to dance. I try to sing. I try to create.
I know that you will forgive me for lagging behind with this blog and with posting to flickr. I look forward to many brightly art filled days in the future.
I want you to know that I have a number of creations nearly complete. I am going to be away for a few days but I will have creations to share at some time when I return.
We have had some fabulous weather the past weeks as I have tried to show in the above picture. Regardless, I DO TRULY "love life".
Wishing you many glowing light days ahead and that angels be with you, as always.

3 comments:

KarenHarveyCox said...

November is always difficult for me too. I don't know why really, I always get sick. Here I am sitting at the computer, fever, chills, headache. It is so discouraging. I hope you feel better soon. Blessings to you.

Karen

Fran Saperstein said...

Hi Sweetie,
Hang in there. October is my difficult month, so I completely understand. Just give yourself time to create and to "be". I know you'll get through the rest of the year and that 2009 will bring you even more love and creativity.
xoxo,
Fran

Tammy said...

Godspeed on your recovery and I know what you mean about hard times. The dark of winter is approaching more everyday and the light of day isn't long enough. Be sure to sit under bright lights to lift your spirits.

I left a question for you on my blog at http://blog.tammysstudio.com/ when you get a chance to visit - it might help lift your spirits.

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